Anonymous:
Have you ever cheated on someone before? I have and now feel really crappy but I just don't want to be with that person anymore.

I have. It happened when I was drunk and I don’t even remember. I felt really bad about it at the time, but I realized later on that I was unhappy in my relationship and I didn’t want to be with the person either. It sucks to hurt people, but if you aren’t happy in a relationship, don’t stay. There will be someone who you want to be with and don’t ever want to cheat on. After all, I found it. I hope you find what you’re looking for :)

Anonymous:
How do you stay healthy? Do you do any type of workout ? Love your outfit btw👍

I don’t do gyms, I spend a lot of time outside just doing recreational things: frisbee, tree-climbing, some tennis, walking the dog. Just wigglin’ around, ya know? I don’t try to “burn calories,” because from personal experience it causes a certain level of anxiety that I don’t like to deal with. I eat pretty clean as well, and try to make as much of my food from scratch as possible. Annnnd thanks bub!

Anonymous:
I think you should do a post on confidence. You seem like a pretty confident person , and I feel as though women in today's society have different beliefs due to social media influence.

This is a fantastic idea. I am pretty confident, but it has definitely taken some work. You’re right! In our culture we are barraged with images of women (and men) from magazines, TV, movies, music videos, ads, fashion, etc. that are considered to be "ideal". These images depict people that are very thin with “perfect” skin, hair, makeup, clothes, curves, but in reality they are unattainable for the general public. IT’S FAKE. It’s all fake! The majority of these images are doctored or photoshopped in some way. If the images of these people whose careers it is to look good still have to be altered, how are the rest of us supposed to measure up? We aren’t. Personally, I have gone through a lot that has made me realize that my body is fucking amazing. To most I do not possess the ideal body, but I don’t mind that because a lot of them are still brainwashed by media influences. I’ve overcome it to some extent. MY body serves ME. It sustains me, it lives, it moves me, it grows, it feels, it protects, it heals, it adapts. I would love if all of you lovely people could find some way to just feel brilliant in your own skin. Your body is you, after all. You’re beautiful. Stay body positive.

Anonymous:
Y u no answer anons :( burrito

I do, I’m just lazy, Taco :) and a full time student taking 3 writing intensive courses. I’ll get there…fuck, I’ll do it now just for you.